Western Kentucky WR Taywan Taylor produced 26 catches of 40-plus yards over the last two seasons, the highest number in the 2017 class.
Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline spoke with two NFL insiders this week who believe that Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp is a first-round prospect.
Draft Insider Tony Pauline progresses the possibility that Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp will move to C in the NFL.
Rotoworld's Josh Norris believes Western Kentucky WR Taywan Taylor is the No. 4 prospect in this class at his position.
NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah suggests some teams could view Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp as a C.
NFL.com's Bucky Brooks was told by "several" evaluators that Western Kentucky WR Taywan Taylor is "a plug-and-play playmaker at the next level."
Western Kentucky OL Forrest Lamp is already back to "full-go" following the ankle injury he sustained at the Senior Bowl, according to Dane Brugler.
The Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers met with Western Kentucky WR Taywan Taylor.
Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline passes along that "[Western Kentucky WR Taywan] Taylor was good on Tuesday [in Senior Bowl practices], but really stood out on Wednesday."
Draftwire reports that Western Kentucky T Forrest Lamp (ankle) met with the Washington Redskins, Los Angeles Chargers and Tennessee Titans at the Senior Bowl.
Western Kentucky T Forrest Lamp will miss the Senior Bowl after suffering a high ankle sprain in practice.
Rotoworld's Josh Norris thinks Western Kentucky WR Taywan Taylor's game is "on the same spectrum as John Brown['s]."
Western Kentucky hired Indiana State CB coach Maurice Crum to serve as LB coach.
FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman reports that Western Kentucky has hired Boise State passing-game coordinator Junior Adams to serve as offensive coordinator.
Western Kentucky hired Oklahoma director of high school recruiting Steve Spurrier Jr. to serve as QB coach.